Sony has announced a range of XQD and SD cards as well as MRW-E90 card reader starting at Rs 3,500.
Sony has announced a range of XQD and SF SD cards as well as MRW-E90 card reader starting at Rs 3,500. While, the Sony XQD-M series can deliver a transfer speed up to 440MB/s (read) and 150MB/s (write); SF-M series can deliver speeds up to 260MB/s (read) and 100MB/s (write).
Sony says that the new card reader technology can backup 64 GB of data in approximately 3 minutes.The XQD-M series available in 32GB, 64GB and 128GB capacities at Rs 3,500, Rs 6,700 and Rs 14,500 respectively. Read: Here’s how Apple certified pre-owned iPhones are different from refurbished devices
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Samsung Gear S2 in rose-gold colour, platinum casing have been launched in India along with a white variant.
Samsung Gear S2 Classic in India now has three more variants; one in a white version, the second is an 18K-plated rose gold colour option, and a Platinum version. Samsung has priced the Gear S2 White at Rs 24,300, while the gold and platinum variants will cost Rs 34,900. The new variants will be available all across Samsung’s retail channels.
Samsung has also pumped up the number of apps and dial faces for the Gear S2, and that watch now supports Uber, G’Night sleep tracking app, My Notes and an all-new YouTube browsing app Xenozu. Samsung says the Gear S2 will also feature a host of new games, where the rotating bezel can be used as a game controller. Watch our video review of the Samsung Gear S2 smartwatch
Oculus Rift VR headsets are now getting delivered to customers. (Source: Palmer Luckey’s Facebook page)
The first consumer-ready Oculus Rift virtual-reality headset was delivered to a real person over the weekend, and reviewers got their first taste. The initial feedback: It’s a beautiful, wonderful device that immerses you, yet it still has a ways to go.
Oculus founder Palmer Luckey hand-delivered the first Rift to software developer Ross Martin in Anchorage, Alaska, on Saturday, kicking off a new era in virtual reality by putting the most powerful VR device yet into a consumer’s hands.
Martin, who had never tried VR before, spent a few hours on the Rift Monday morning. He watched a short movie, played a game and explored a virtual environment that included an up-close encounter with a Tyrannosaurus Rex. “I couldn’t stop s…